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Family Connections
Previously traumatized or not, our task is to move ourselves along, reaching higher levels of personal evolution
Sarah Chana Radcliffe
Family Connections
Convey acceptance by noting that they don’t have to enter into long uncomfortable conversations — they just need to be able to offer their name and age.
Sarah Chana Radcliffe
Reel Chronicles
“Obviously, our mission statement and goal remain the same, but we need to find a new way to express them”
Moshe Shindler
Reel Chronicles
“If we reenact the story in an engaging way, we can get the messaging out subtly. That would resonate”
Moshe Shindler
A Few Minutes With
A few minutes with Mishpacha’s political analyst Jean-Yves Camus
Yaakov Lipszyc
A Few Minutes With
“The most senior authorities in UNRWA were complicit in the massacre of October 7”
Yaakov Lipszyc
Dispatch
Two lonely friends in a lonely place. Friends who, very different though they were, had each other
Rabbi Hillel Goldberg
Dispatch
What is representative of America today — the hate spewing on campuses and elsewhere, or the unsolicited, heartfelt comments I receive? 
Rabbi Hillel Goldberg
By the Numbers
Parental support: readers share their takes
Family First Readers
By the Numbers
As children become adults, how much do they — and should they — rely on their parents for support? Over 800 parents and children weigh in
Mishpacha Readers
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A secular book with powerful insight into how to live with your neshamah

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Rabbi Feuer brings to life the words of the Iggeres HaRamban in a practical, day-by-day fashion

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